I need a watch under $500, something that lasts for a long time and something that i will be able to sell at a good price in 5 years.
I don't care about time accuracy ... in fact, if +/- 10 per month or per year doesn't make a difference for me.
I roughly measured my wrist but not sure how accurate it is. I wrapped my chain/necklace around my wrist, and it came to 6.25". The PERFECT size for me was my previous watch, which unfortunately was stolen from me and NO ONE on this forum or anywhere on internet is able to tell me the model of the watch and the size. For more on this, PLEASE PLEASE see the pictures and thread here: https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...hlight=nautica
That watch in the link above is also what I like (design).
To get more of an idea of what I like, here's some that I'm fond of:
Tissot t-ring T97148351 (Ballade III Automatic) ==> THE BEST LOOKING WATCH in this price range IMHO
Citizen Eco-Drive Aqualandwatch
The Citizen Nighthawks, although not will all those #s.
I like the t-touch Tissots, i find the extra gimmicks cool but they're not waterproofed well.
Oh yes, waterproof. i don't want to take it off in the pool or shower or ocean. I dive a lot BUT I have a cheap casio g-shock for that. But I want it to be AT LEAST 100m waterproof.
Stainless steel, and sturdy.
EDIT: And since I tend to bump my watches to the door/wall at least 20 times a year, then something sturdy ... oh wait, I already mentioned that!
Something that I can wear all-around: with my suit, at a party, etc. You know, casual and chic.
EDIT 2: And I'm a simple man, so I don't want it to be TOO colorful, or with BIG ORANGE hands.
EDIT 3: It would be nice to see things at night. I hate it when I can't tell the time because it's too dark, either under the water or on land!